What's more nerve-racking: Skating for a gold medal, or playing violin on national TV? For Charlie White, it might be the second one.
Ice dancers White and Meryl Davis made US Olympic history Monday when they became the first Americans to win the gold medal in the ice dancing competition. Part of their victory lap was a stop at NBC's Today Show yesterday, where they talked about winning gold — and made good on a bet.
White and Davis appeared on the show before heading to Sochi, and they were asked about other things they might be good at. White said he played the violin, and anchor Savannah Guthrie said that if the pair won gold White would have to play the instrument on the show. White agreed, and yesterday he made good on the promise:
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